TGP’s specialty architectural glazing and framing enables contemporary light-filled designs with expansive free spans and sleek features. From soaring curtain walls displaying vivid patterns and sophisticated nearly invisible partitions to channel glass with distinct colors, translucencies and textures, realize unique designs like never before.
Architectural glass not only sets the tone for the experience of a space but also contributes to user well-being. Whether interior or exterior, architectural glass applications can foster connectivity with transparent lites, safeguard privacy with varying translucencies or make a statement with dramatic colors and patterns. When paired with modern framing methodologies, architectural glass applications can enhance a building’s aesthetic appeal, contribute to its energy efficiency by optimizing natural lighting and seamlessly integrate different spaces to create a sense of openness and spaciousness.
Today, TGP’s products facilitate architectural glass applications that can be used in the building envelope or deep within a building’s interior, including windows and doors, facades, curtain walls, architectural walls, interior partitions, wall cladding and more. Their versatility and ability to be engineered to meet specific design and functional requirements have made them an integral part of modern architecture. Apart from specialty glazing and framing applications, TGP also offers specialty glass shields against potentially harmful exposure to radiation in places such as medical facilities, airports and labs.
TGP’s steel architectural window and door systems help design professionals seamlessly connect spaces on the interior and exterior of a building.
TGP’s advanced steel curtain wall systems allow for greater free spans of glazing than traditional aluminum framing with more glass and less framing.
TGP’s channel glass systems can be used as much to contribute to the art of building design as to diffuse daylight.
TGP’s unique crystallized glass ceramic panels are available in large, flat or curved panels, and may be used in thinner and lighter configurations than marble or granite.
For medical facilities, airports, labs and other areas requiring protection from potentially harmful exposure, TGP offers multiple X-ray lead glass and radiation shielding glass options.